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In my program I'm creating lines in a TMemo-Object with the Syntax: Memoobject.Lines.Add('...');
The problem is that if all lines are printed, the last line is shown, but I want that the first line is shown (scroll bar at top...).
What command and syntax must I use therefore???
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Question by:pman
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try:

Memoobject.SelStart := 0;
Memoobject.SelLength := 1;
Memoobject.SelLength := 0;

Greetings, Oli

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by:Oli2
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add the above code after you're finished with your Memoobject.add thing.

so, f.e.:

procedure FirstLine;
var x: Integer;
begin
 for x := 0 to 20 do Memoobject.Lines.Add ( 'Line: ' + IntToStr ( x ) );
 Memoobject.SelStart := 0;
 Memoobject.SelLength := 1;
 Memoobject.SelLength := 0;
end;

Greetings, Oli
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